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transmission between the pilot and control tower. >> we will proceed over to john f. kennedy and ask you for an emergency landing and if it is not obvious, i want to confirm we declaring an emergency. >> we understand you have right gear stuck. >> it is stuck-up. the other two are down. >> whole plane was doing their prayers and both flight attendants, the male was saying, reading off the protocol of the security measures and everyone was getting nervous, what do we do? what will happen? >> the pilot began to lower he started taping from the cell, the cabin was silent. >> well, almost. >> stay down. stay down. stay down. >> here is the reaction open board when it touched down. everyone was hugging each other, the pilot comes out we are hugging him and shaking his hand and it's, it will change people. >> and a woman knows here tears tonight could be for a different reason. >> he called but he did not make it sound as scary but seeing that little footage was ... >>shepard: it was difficult to look at for a mother. we are told 65 on board shaken, not stirred, not hurt. more reaction, the tw
the country. let us go out and take a look in particular. this one was posted by john f. kennedy high school and she wanted calculators, protractors, compasses. and people donated and said why. they said they believed in math and education and the secession once to support the community and right here you can see exactly what she is requesting. how much each one costs and how close their to their goal. to check out the website for yourself as coach for website. >> we have a programming change to tell you about for this coming friday, nbc will air the giants games of kron4 news will air dateline nbc 8:00. at 10:00 p.m. will the special edition of kron4 news and dr. phil can be seen at 3:00 p.m.. w w e snack that will be moved to saturday night. older packard live this is kron4 news at 530 k >> at 530 a murder mystery. multiple murder is in j.f. and they
like to encourage it to continue. what brought it to mind and split off from the john f. kennedy towers that is apparently owned by the housing authority that they are planning to sell. and apparently this lot is being a proposal from rn1 to ncd. there is no proposal to do anything other than to rezone it. i'm concerned that we are having rezoning a lot absent a project because of perceived commercial opportunity or advantage. and i am concerned because the public is being asked to submit comment on something where there is no content to base the comment on. it's essentially following a nice, legal position where requesting public comment, but not clear to what end, to what purpo purpose, and is there going to be a follow on e.i.r. after the rezoning if indeed something is going to be large? and so i wanted to raise that as a concern and as an issue as a community member. i have no idea how to respond gently to this. and that's a little bit frustrating because it makes me wonder what's happening. thank you. president miguel: thank you. >> my name is ray and i am the commissioner of the
: it simply changed the way we elect presidents. 70million americans watch as john f. kennedy and richard m. nixon sparred in the first live televised debate. >> the question before is which point of view and which party do we want to lead the united states. >> i know what it means to be poor. >> the seventh game of the world series becomes those debates, particularly the first one. >> reporter: david petrusha is the author of the new book which examines the race and the debate's legacy. >> it is two men stripping down, going into the ring, one on one and each one hoping to bloody the other one. in 1960, there were four debates but it is the first one history remembers. those would watched television thought kennedy won. those who listened on radio gave the victory to nixon. >> nixon came in first. nixon had been ill. nixon had had a staphylococcus infection. he banged his knee getting out of the car. he was in pain. >> i wouldn't make any excuse like that. i was feeling all right. i didn't certainly look well. >> reporter: fairly or not, the debates can turn on such things. >> it is those
... gil jerry brown dice que otros politicos como harry truman, franklin d. roosevelt, john f. kennedy y su padre pat brow ex- gobernador de california tambien iniciaron su campaÑa politica en un dia del trabajo como hoy, por esta razon desea continuar con esa tradicion,.acompaÑado de un gran numero de lideres politicos y sindicales democratas busca conquistar el voto que lo lleve a gobernar de nuevo en california. actualmente jerry brown ocupa el puesto de procurador estatal, pero fue gobernador de california de 1975 a 1983, y dice que quiere regresar a sacramento como gobernador para que california sea de nuevo un lider del pueblo y para el pueblo. --la recesion le está pegando duro a la cigueña en el area de la bahía.--segun informes recientes, el numero de nacimientos disminuyo en siete de los nueve condados locales en el 2008.--solamente "napa y sonoma" registraron mas nacimientos, pero los numeros son muy poco significativos. --a nivel nacional, la tasa de natalidad disminuyo el aÑo pasado a uno de sus niveles mas bajos. ---la policia de vallejo busca a dos sospechosos que,
. that includes grant elementary schools, and john f. kennedy high school, all three of which were slated for closure due to budget problems. the town and city will be appropriating $1.5 million giving that money to the school district to keep those schools open, on the condition that the school district keep as way to keep those schools open in the future without asking for more money. kron4 news. >>> temperatures much cooler out there today. look at our high temperatures, mainly in the 60s and 70s, although we did have a couple of places in the 80s. 81 in antioch, 84 -- but temperatures schooling dramatically in oakland and hayward, upper 60s there. also much cool recall in conquered, which were in the 70s. temperatures down as much as 24 degrees this afternoon. it was 24 degrees cooler in san francisco. down 24 degrees in oakland, 23 degrees in hayward. we're going to see continued cooling as we move into tomorrow. a very cool pool of air is going to be sliding over the bay area tomorrow. we're going to see windy conditions as this moves through, and the way it's moving through is goin
today john f. kennedy was a real testifily unknown senator. the debate was the first on television. >> a record is never something to stand on. it's something to build on. >> are we doing as much as we can do? are we as strong as we should be? >> carolyn: people listening to that debate on radio thought nixon won and it was the opposite for television viewers who saw a pale, sweaty flexon -- nixon, and a calm kennedy. that does it for this edi
mph. the first full-fledged presidential debate took place 50 years ago tonight. democrat john f. kennedy faced republican richard m. nixon in front of a national tv audience. although historians still argue the point, most observers at the time believed the more fit-looking kennedy was the winner over nixon, who was recovering from an illness and had refused professional make-up. in taiwan, fish researchers have developed a way to breed lighted fish. scientists injected florescent genes into the reproductive organs of angel fish. when the babies were born, they lit up. imagine that. and just ahead on tonight's "cbs evening news," making whoopie, whoopie pies that is. just what are they? >> mitchell: we end this sunday night with a sweet treat, a whoopie pie. never heard of it? well, here's michelle miller with the scoop. >> reporter: unless you grew up in new england, there's a good chance you've never heard of them. >> i forget already what she told me it was. >> reporter: it is a whoopie pie. >> i come from the west coast, so i don't really know whoopie pies that well. >> it's
interviewed presidential candidate john f. kennedy at the site of the democratic convention in los angeles. y suggested spending $2.5 billion on defense. you said it would take some time r that money to be spent and make itself felt on the economy. do you conclude that a recession is inevitable? >> i hope it is not. i just say this is a very -- period of, which i should say, ought to be an alarm bell to us all, it bears resemblance to the summer of 57, but maybe more serious. there was a recession in '59, '54 and '58. we're talking about a slowown two years after the recession of '58. this administration cannot run on a program of domestic prosperity and if the real facts are pointed out. >> three years later, november 22nd, 1963, edwin newman would make the first announcement on radio o president kennedy's death. he died of pneumonia in what's around the corner is one of life's great questions. and while it can never be fully answered, it helps to have a financial partner like northern trust. by gaining a keen understanding of your financial needs, we're able to tailor a plan using a full su
nation, 50 years ago the first ever teleadvised event of its kind. john f. kennedy and richard nissen squaring off at a presidential debate and both men would go on to win the white house, but one of them in particular enjoys a distinct advantage when millions of americans invited the candidates into their living rooms, that's fall night. eric shawn has a look back. >> reporter: it changed the way we elect presidents. 70 million americans watched as john f. kennedy and richard m nixon sparred on the first live televised presidential debate. >> i know what it means to be poor. i know what it means to see people who are unemployed. >> the 7th game of the world series becomes those debates, techly the first one. >> david is the author of the new book "196, in lbj versus jfk versus nixon" which examine the race and the victory. >> two men stripping down and going into the ring one-on-one and each hoping to bloody the other one. >> what does the-- >> five seconds. >> in 1960 there were actually four debates, but the first one history remembers. those who watched television thought kennedy
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interviewed presidential candidate john f. kennedy at the site of the democratic convention in los angeles. you suggested spending $2.5 billion on defense. you said it would take so time for that money to be spent and make itself felt on the economy. do you conclude that a recession is inevitable? >> i ho it is not. i just say this is a very period of, which i should say, ought to be an alarm bell to us all, it bears resemblance to the summer of 1957, but maybe more serious. there was a recession in '59, '54 and '58. we're talking about a slow down two years after the recession of '58. this administration cannot run on a program of domestic prosperity and if the real facts are pointed out. >> three years later,november 22nd, 1963, edwin newman would make the first anuncement on radio of president kennedy's death. he died of pneumonia in oxford, england, where he lived since 2007. it helps to have a financial partner like northern trust. by gaining a keen understanding of your financial needs, we're able to tailor a plan using a full suite.. of sophisticated investment strategies and soluti
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for "bonnie and clyde" and "little big man." he got his start in television and even advised john f. kennedy on his televised debate with nixon. but he was with bonnie and clyde that he changed the genre of the crime caper movie. >> i'm ms. bonnie parker and this is mr. clyde barrow. we rob banks. >> faye dunaway delivering the iconic line during her life of crime. arthur penn died a day before turning 88. >>> when we come back, a stunning education success story. could it work here? cation success story. could it work here? if you have, you struggle to control your blood sugar. you exercise and eat right, but your blood sugar may still be high, and you need extra help. ask your doctor about onglyza, a once daily medicine used with diet and exercise to control high blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. adding onglyza to your current oral medicine may help reduce after meal blood sugar spikes and may help reduce high morning blood sugar. [ male announcer ] onglyza should not be used to treat type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. tell your doctor if you have a history or risk of diab
, la nave tuvo que bajar en el aereopuerto john f. kennedy.---steve coleman, vocero de atlantic south-east airlines explico que el vuelo de delta operado por su aerolinea aterrizo exitosamente sin reportarse ningun herido.---la aerolinea esta trabajando con la administracion de la aviacion federal para investigar el inci- incidente--- ---esta semana nbc y telemundo estan dedicando sus esfuerzos a fomentar la educacion--- ---hoy, en nuestra primera entrega, hablamos de un evento con el que planea elevar el nivel educativo de nuestros estudiantes--- esta en juego nada menos que el futuro de nuestro pais. los estudiantes de estados unidos estan clasificados 25 en matematicas y 21 en ciencia entre 30 paises industrializado s. representantes de toda la nacion se unieron hoy durante el evento el poder de saber en manhattan para enfrentar el problema y buscar soluciones. ana margarita guzman dice que durante decadas nadie le prestaba atencion a las minorias pero ahora tienen que hacerlo (ana margarita guzman, pdte. palo alto college, san antonio, 31651 ahora puede ser un tipping point en nu
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and get an invite to perform at the john f. kennedy center for the performing arts. meanwhile, educators over the state are celebrating the news of higher s.a.t. scores. maryland high school seniors scored better on the math and critical reading portions. the average score rose from 500 to 506. the average riding score was flat at 4 murder 95. more minorities took the test in 2010 and scored higher in math and reading. >> here is a look at other top stories. the manhunt continues for the inmate who escaped friday afternoon. they are also looking for paul bryan palmer's pregnant girlfriend. they believe jeanette distefano is traveling with him. they may be in the eight silver kia spectra. homer was being held on attempted murder charge. distefano is wanted for harboring him among other charges. meanwhile, authorities continue to search for a man who hit and killed a man in the east baltimore. the motorcycle and car were traveling on the urban avenue around 7:00 p.m. saturday night when a car hit the motorcyclist and fled the scene. 25-year-old gerard grant was thrown from his motorcycle a
have to say. there's a president by the name of john f. kennedy, who said let's cut taxes and it worked. there's a president by the name of reagan who did the same thing. a $3.8 billion tax break -- >> what kind of deficits. we doubled the national debt under reagan. why do you think that's a good record? >> kennedy said tax increases will not get the deficit and debt down and it will not create jobs because he knew that it killed jobs. seems to me that the party of kennedy has gone far astray. >> already had an opportunity. >> i would ask that the conservative democrats join the republicans and what president kennedy stood for. >> i want to understand this. so basically, the senate won't let the vote. so this isn't going to go anywhere. >> my turn now, please. >> okay. i will give you that. >> what we're arguing is that a, the republicans have had their turn. we've had these tax cuts in place since 2003 and that's what took us to a record deficit. it sent the economy careening over a cliff because on top of the deficit spending, we had wall street and almost no regulation run amuck. si
ronald reagan, john f. kennedy. the intent is obvious. >> you are grinning and making fun it is derogatory and bad manners. >> i'm asking to withdraw your motion. >> withdraw the motion. >> tucker: after a night of explosive debate barack h obama was added and supreme court justices sandra day o'connor and sotomayor. there were more changes. on the third day republican dunbar kicked off the meeting in prayer. >> i believe the entire bill of rights came into being because of the knowledge our forefathers had of the bible and their belief in it. >> tucker: turns out that was a direct quote from a 1954 prayer given by supreme court justice earl warren. dunbar made her point set the stage for the political discourse that has turned into a national spectacle. founding fathers, religion and separation of church and state ask >> we need to have students compare and contrast some of this current view of separation of church and state with first amendment. >> this -- this implies there is no such thing as the legal doctrine of separation of church and state. >> enlightenment ideas
the auction next weekend. how did you get all these things into one auction? >> we are known for the john f. kennedy and elvis presley auctions and many specific sales. what happened over the last year or two is people were offeringing these singular objects that were so great we thought, white put togethe an auction of just the great things? >> you were saving up for a big auction. >> nothingi inelse like it. >> first we have the ten commandments from the movie. >> charlton heston held them, millions watched. there they are. >> they put them on -- what is this? >> real imitation stone. >> then we ve a bracelet elvis presley re for a long time. fans would be farm with this. >> elvis wore a lot of jewelry. often he would wear a necklace for a day and give it away to a fan. this particular i.d. bracelet he wore from 1963 on. graved to him from sam. could be sam philips. he wore it right through his career. every elvis fan knows this. it's come from ginger alden, elvis's beautiful fiance at the time of his death. >> do you know what they would go for? >> it's an iconic object. hard to say. >>
presidents. 70million americans watched as john f. kennedy and richard nixon sparred in the first live televised presidential debate. >> the question is which point of view and which party do we want to lead the united states? >> i know what it means to be poor. i know what it means to see people unemployed. >> the seventh game of the world series becomes those debates, particularly the first one. >> reporter: david is the author of the new book 1960lbj versus jfk versus nixon. >> it is two men stripping down, going into the ring with one-on-one and each hoping to bloody the other one. >> what does a cut mean? it means get out kick in five seconds. >> reporter: in 1960 actually four debate but the first one history remembers. those who watched television thought kennedy won. those who watched on the radio gave nixon the win. after a suntan kennedy declined it. nixon refused to wear it. he had also been sick, causing him to look pale. >> nixon came in first. nixon had been ill. nixon had had a staph infection. banged his knee getting out of the car. he was in pain. >> no. i wouldn't mak
listened to you. there was a president by the name of john f. kennedy who said, let's cut taxes to get the economy again. it worked. there's a president by the name of reagan who did the same thing. there's a bipartisan economic formula for success. a $3.8 billion tax increase is the wrong way to go for this country. >> what kind of deficits -- i remember it well. we doubled the national debt under ronald reagan. why do you think that is a good record? >> kennedy -- kennedy said tax increases will not get the deficit and debt down and not create jobs. he knew it kills jobs. seems to me that the party of kennedy has gone far astray from his principles. >> already had an opportunity. >> i would ask that the conservative democrats join the republicans and what president kennedy stood for. >> congresswoman wasserman-schultz, the senate won't let there be a vote so this isn't going to go anywhere, so it's all academic is what you're arguing? >> excuse me, mike, my turn, please. >> i'll give you that. >> who we're arguing is "a" the republicans have already had their turn at this. we've had
flight at john f. kennedy airport over the weekend. turns out the faa issued a warning about the series 900 plane, seeking to correct an unsafe problem with the landing gear. foxacy andrea day has the details. stay down! >> reporter: cell phone video catches a terrifying moments on board flight 4951. you can see passengers brace in their seat as the plane makes an emergency landing. minutes before, the pilot jack conroy asks for clearance to divert to jfk. >> our preference would be to proceed to jfk and execute an emergency landing over there. and if it's not completely obvious, i want to confirm we're declaring an emergency. >> reporter: could the scare have been prevented? fox 5 has confirmed the faa issued what is called an air worthiness directive in july, putting the airlines on notice about a landing gear problem and that directive includes this plane. the crj 900. he is a retired pilot. >> what we have here is an a.d. that specifically dealt with what could be a hazardous condition on the aircraft. landing gear problems. not just landing gear problems that you could not drop one
leaders. we subject their lives to so much more scrutiny. i think back to churchill, lloyd george, john f. kennedy, lyndon johnson. and you think if they were alive today with that scrutiny, what would be going on? >> sean: it would keep me busy. >> it would keep everyone busy. what i've tried to do is say, okay if you want to know a lot more about a political leader, believe it or not, they are not from mars. they are human beings and they react in a human way and here's what it feels like. i've donated the proceeds to this book to the royal british legion. i felt, because i was going to do that, i was almost freer to sit down and just say, -- >> sean: speak the truth. >> just say, i'm not just here with a book revealing things. i wanted you to know what it is like to be in that hot seat taking those decisions. and you know, i saw your american presidents in some of their most troubled moments, certain in my time in office. and you know, that is where ordinary human beings are in extraordinary situations and how they react is important to know. >> sean: interesting and the last question
presidential debates between vice president richard nixon and then senar john f. kennedy, one of which took place at nbc's washington studio which is now the home of "meet the press" back in our home studio. talk to journalists and staffers who are part of history 50 years ago about what happened behind the scenes and the significance of those debates on our politicalandscape today. all on our webte at mtp.nbc.com. you can follow me on twitter as well for more on that. we'll be off next week for nbc sports coverage of the ryder ♪ [ male announcer ] at ge capital, we're out there every day with clients like jetblue -- financing their fleet, sharing our expertis and working with people who are changing the face of business in america. after 25 years in the aviation business, i kind of feel like if you're not having fun at what you do, then you've t the wrong job. my landing was better than yours. no, it wasn't. yes, it was. was not. yes, it was. what do you thk? take one of the big ones out? nah. but basicall i'm a runner. last year. (oof). i had a bum knee that needed surgery. but it got c
was 26 when john f kennedy asked him to be the first african-american on the white house secret service detail. >> i was assigned downstairs. >> because you were black? >> because i was black. it was strictly a racial assignment. here i am in front of a washroom and i meet the president of these united states of america. >> reporter: the washroom the last place he thought he'd meet the president. he was about to get the chance of a lifetime that was bittersweet. >> he said mr. boldin, he says have they ever had a negro assigned to the white house detail in washington, d.c.? i looked at the agent and at him and i said not to my knowledge, mr. president. he looked and smiled and said would you like to be the first? i said yes, sir, mr. president. >> reporter: he suffered bold racism. he said it made him angry but taught him tolerance. >> she happens to be a negro and he looked out and said there goes a [bleep]. and i'm sitting right next to him. and it was all i could do. my first reflex was to give this guy a shot and break his jaw. >> reporter: boldin says since agents weren't used to a
or john f kennedy and what youjf. k are doing is pretty obvious. >> you are grining and it is very derogatory and very badmas. manors. >> i am asking you to withdrawtw your motion. >> put an end to the whining. >> withdraw the emotion. motion. >> after a night of explosive debate, barack h obama as added. ju previously the board changeddra democratic republic to constitutional republic in reference to the u.s. government.otom capitalism is now free enterprise, but there were more changes to be made. t on the third day, cynthiaick dunbar kicked off the meeting in prayer. >> i believe> the entire bill of rights came to being because of the knowledge ouredge fore fathers had of the bible and their belief in it. >> turns out that was a directat quote from a 1954 prayer given a by none other than liberal icon and supreme court justice earl warren.icearl dunbar made her point and set the stage for the politicalhe discord that turned into asce th national spectacle. the founding fathers, religion and the issue of separation of church and state. >> we need the students to compare and contr
's loud speaker and his unusual exit at new york's john f. kennedy airported. he has attracted online fans and some urged jetblue to keep him employed. the airline announced steven slater is no longer an employee but gave no details. slater's lawyer says he resigned last wednesday. if you're looking for cheap flights, don't expect to find any bargains anytime soon. new data compiled by the travel website orbitz show passengers are paying more. domestic fares increased 20% in the second quarter compared with a year ago. international routes the price hike was even steeper with fares climbing 30%. ticket prices were up 12% in the first half of the year. >> markets are closed for labor day but many economists offer the white house tips on getting people back to work. >> one of your favorite labor day foods may make less of a dent in your wallet. here's liz with the "moneyscope" report. >> as we celebrate labor day, one of the biggest worries from main street to wall street is, of course, rising unemployment. expect this to be a major topic today when president obama speaks in milwaukee. we ex
and recession but actually before that in the good years. and i used to borrow a phrase from john f. kennedy, and tell people at the time to fix the roof is when the sun is shining. and we weren't doing that in the middle part of this decade. unfortunately, we not only had the budget deficit at the end of this period we've been through the recession in the 1990s. but we went into the crisis with the highest budget deficit in the world. >> rose: tell me what big society means. is this an important idea that we haven't seen before or is it simply one more person. >> there is such. >> rose: this is how we see the balance. >> i guess what it would-- the way i think about it is that there is such a thing in society t is just not the same thing as the state. and that i think where this from previous conservative thinking in this country at least s that we were very focused on the individual. and there's much more emphasis in what we are trys to do on the community, on the family, on society. and-- . >> rose: on nongovernment institutions. >> nongovernment institutions, understanding that they supp
nixon and then senator john f. kennedy, one of which took place at bc's washington studio which is now the home of "meet the press" back in our home studio. talk to journalists and staffers who are part of history 50 years ago about what happened behind the scene and the significance of those debates on our political landscape today. all on our website at mtp.nbc.com. you can follow meon twitter as well for more on that. we'll be off next week for nbc sports coverage of the ryder cup golf tournament but back the following week. if it's sunday, it's "meet the press." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com [ male announcer ] at ge capital, we're out there every day with clients like jetblue -- financing theifleet, sharing our expertise, and working with people who are changinthe fa of business in america. after 25 years in the aviation business, i kind of el like if you're not having fun at what you do, then you've got the wrong job. my landing was better than yours. no, it wasn't. yes, it was. was not. yes, it was. what do you think? take one of the big ones out? nah. but basically, i'm
the tax cut policy of john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. democrats because they have nothing to say all want to point the finger at bush. in fact what boehner laid out was a relatively clear direction that is dramatically different from where this president is taking the country. we know that doesn't work because, in fact, if you take a look at the 1930s and what happened in terms of the great depression, is he trying to implement those same policies including the hoover herbert tax cut increebses that he -- the president is about to do that on this economy. the fact is this guy does not know where he wants to go in terms of the economy. the american people know that i agree republicans do have to offer an alternative. >> rick: jake, president obama when he was running for office, he was able, it seems anyway that he was really able to tap into something. not for all americans, obviously, he didn't win 100% of the vote. but for a lot of americans, he tapped into something that spoke to people. it just seem to a lot of people anyway. speaking to the concerns. i mean, we did a poll, fox n
and first of their kind presidential debates between vice president richard nixon and then senator john f. kennedy, one of which took place at nbc's washington studio which is now the home of "meet the press" back in our home studio. talk to journalists and staffers who are part of history 50 years ago about what happened behind the scenes and the significance of those debates on our political landscape today. all on our website at mtp.nbc.com. you can follow me on twitter as well for more on that. that is all for today. we'll be off next week for nbc sports coverage of the ryder cup golf tournament but back the following week. if it's sunday, it's "meet the press."
to eat. and on this day in 1963, then president john f. kennedy surprised the nation when he proposed a joint mission to the moon with the soviet union. two years earlier president kennedy had called on the united states to put a man on the moon by the end of the decade. the prospect of working with the enemy to accomplish that lofty goal took a lot of americans off guard. after all, there was a little matter known as the cold war and, yet, soviet leaders reportedly liked the idea quite a lot. but two months later an assassin killed our president and any hope of a joint mission quickly disappeared. in 1969, the americans beat the soviets to the moon but the space race took a day off 47 years ago today. and we're about to take another shuttle to the pad right now. the second to the last mission for the shuttle. they have just brought it o
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